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Canadians stranded abroad as Omicron COVID variant cancels flights

Breadcrumb Trail Links World Canada Global Affairs Canada tells stranded Canadians they’re on their own as borders, airports close Author…

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Economy returned to growth in summer as Canadians spent big on travel, clothes — and long-overdue haircuts | CBC News

Canada’s gross domestic product expanded by 1.3 per cent from July to September, as the end of some pandemic restrictions…

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Canadians in 3rd after men’s singles, ice dance short at Rostelecom Cup | CBC Sports

Kamila Valieva scored a world-best 87.42 points to lead the short program at the Rostelecom Cup on Friday, with Kazuki…

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Is the workplace holiday party still too much of a risk with COVID-19?

TORONTO — It’s 2021, the majority of Canadians are vaccinated, and the winter holidays are approaching — leading to a…

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Majority of Canadians want to scrap molecular tests at border: Poll

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News B.C. has the highest level of support for eliminating all testing for fully vaccinated…

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COVID-19 update for Nov. 23: B.C. to announce vaccine rollout for children ages 5 to 11 | Almost half of Canadians plan to ditch social distancing at holiday gatherings: Poll | Canada stops pandemic-era policy of turning away asylum-seekers at the border

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News Local Health Health Here’s your daily update with everything you need to know on…

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Canadians Sinclair, Labbe and women’s coach Priestman up for FIFA awards | CBC Sports

Chelsea won the Champions League and England reached the European Championship final, but no Englishmen are on the nomination lists…

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Canadians De Bruin, Bujnowski score women’s bobsleigh bronze in Austria | CBC Sports

The Canadian duo of Christine De Bruin and Kristen Bujnowski landed on the women’s bobsleigh podium at the first World…

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Ottawa confirms it will nix COVID-19 test for Canadians taking short trips, starting Nov. 30 | CBC News

Starting on Nov. 30, fully vaccinated Canadians taking short trips abroad will no longer need proof of a negative COVID-19…

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Guest column: Canadians deserve to know whether health care dollars being wisely spent

Breadcrumb Trail Links Letters Editorials Author of the article: Reader Letters Publishing date: Nov 19, 2021  •  51 minutes ago  • …

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